Under Idaho law, a title insurance policy that excluded coverage for claims that were “not shown by the public record” did not exclude coverage of claims that arose from the county’s official road maps that described a road through the insured’s property. “Public records” was undefined in the policy and could be reasonably be construed to include official documents brought into existence in accordance with Idaho law for the purpose, at least in part, of giving constructive notice of facts or circumstances to bona fide purchasers of the affected property. County road maps fit that definition. One insurer had an additional exclusion for claims arising from the public interest in portions of the insured premises within the boundaries of roads or highways. The decision holds that the additional exclusion barred the insured’s claim in this case.